Arsenal centre back Laurent Koscielny has no intention to leave the Premier League club, the France global has stated, regardless of announced enthusiasm from Ligue 1 side Olympique de Marseille.
The 31-year-old, who marked another long haul bargain at the Emirates Stadium in January, has been connected with a move to Marseille amid the nearby season exchange window by the French media.
"When I initially arrived, I didn't consider to what extent I would remain at this club – yet now I am beginning my eighth season so I am extremely content with this," Koscielny told the club site (www.arsenal.com).
"I have a long contract with Arsenal and I have (no reason) to leave the club. I am quite recently here to make the most of my employment and give everything for the group, and get the best outcomes for the club. On the off chance that I can do the majority of that, at that point I am cheerful."
Koscielny said he felt awesome dedication towards director Arsene Wenger, whom he called a rousing figure.
"I have a major (dependability) to this club and to the supervisor (Wenger) as well," Koscielny included. "I have remained here for a long time and I have learnt a considerable measure from him, so I am cheerful to be here with him and to battle for him since he is an incredible individual."
FA Cup holders Arsenal meet Premier League champions Chelsea in the Community Shield coordinate on August 6 preceding facilitating Leicester City in their opening association diversion five days after the fact